XML in the real world... Was "Re: Another look at namespaces"

Ann Navarro ann at webgeek.com
Fri Sep 17 17:04:49 BST 1999

At 06:41 AM 9/17/99 -0400, David Megginson wrote:

>Namespaces for lots of other stuff now, and they they are using
>Namespaces to disambiguate everything else *from* HTML in an HTML

Except that you can't have a valid HTML document that has "everything else"
in it. 
MS may have cobbled the 'html' namespace to allow their xml-islands
approach, but it's operating outside the spec as you've pointed out. 


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